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Tennessee, which is known as the Volunteer State, was admitted into the Union on June 1, 1796. The State Capitol is Nashville. Other major cities include Chattanooga, Knoxville and Memphis. According to the latest census, Tennessee has an estimated population of 5,689,283 people and an approximate size of 42,146 square miles. The economy is primarily made up of construction, chemicals, insurance, real estate, services, trade, transportation and communications. The State Flower is the Iris and the State Bird is the Mockingbird. “Agriculture and Commerce” is the State motto.

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The State of Tennessee Colleges and Universities:

Austin Peay State University
East Tennessee State University
Middle Tennessee State University
Motlow State Community College
Tennessee State University
Tennessee Technological University
University of Memphis
University of Tennessee
Aquinas College
Belmont University
Bryan College
Carson-Newman College
Christian Brothers University
Cumberland University
Fisk University
Free Will Baptist Bible College
Freed-Hardeman University
King College
Lambuth University
Lee College
LeMoyne-Owen College
Lincoln Memorial University
Lipscomb University
Martin Methodist College
Memphis College of Art
Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary
Milligan College
Rhodes College
Sewanee, The University of the South
Southern Adventist University
Tusculum College
Union University
Vanderbilt University

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